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Phnom Penh Crown U16s held at home by Laos outfit

Phnom Penh Crown U16s held at home by Laos outfit

A 1-1 draw in sweltering conditions on Saturday morning at the Olympic Stadium left Phnom Penh Crown Academy regretful but visitors Lao Toyota appreciative from their Asia U16 Champions Trophy Group B encounter.

In Sodavid pushed Crown in front with an impressive strike on 19 minutes, only for Laotian Sinthaphone Phanvongsa to cancel it out midway through the second half. “We deserved to get more,” Crown coach Bouy Dary told the Post.

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